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looking for tank disposal info in Boston

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  • looking for tank disposal info in Boston

    hi, My name is SULYVAN I,m live in massachussets-Boston. im have a 2 CNG Tanks , need to be depresurizon and disposal. anyone there can help me find a person or a company that will do that... Thank you every one ..

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    Hello Suly...

    The certifying body for CNG Fuel System Inspectors keeps a list of certified inspectors in your area that should be able to help. You can search at:

    To help expedite your request I can recommend one such inspector, Bob Turan. If he can't help, he'll know someone who can. You can reach him at:
    Robert (Bob) Turan Industry Expert
    917.797.8246 cell

    Good luck and let us/me know if you need anything else...CNG is my life.



    • #3
      Betsy Lillian for NGTNews March 21, 2018 -

      CSA Group has launched a no-cost online training course entitled Best practice for defueling, decommissioning, and disposal of CNG tanks. The interactive online training complements the new edition of the SPE 2.1.1 standard – which addresses how to defuel and decommission containers and handle condemned containers at their end of life.

      Due to a lack of condemnation procedures, damaged or expired containers are often available for sale to the public, and containers that may still be pressurized often arrive at landfill sites – both of which can lead to serious incidents, says CSA Group. Because regulations currently prohibit the transport of charged containers, there is a need for widespread awareness of best practices for the safe venting and disposal of such containers, the group adds.

      The CSA SPE 2.1.1 or the SPE 2.1.1 training is available at no cost for a limited time by visiting the online store for the CSA Group.